15 March 2019
Following a further competitive election process, the Centre has announced the names of the successful applicants to the Policy Fellowship for Easter Term 2019.
14 March 2019
This roundtable discussion focussed on what future threats and challenges quantum technologies pose to the UK.
12 March 2019
CSaP worked with the Department for Digital, Media, Culture, and Sport to organise a Workshop to explore how to regulate social media and to act against online manipulation. This was supported by the Strategic Research Initiatives and Networks organisation and the Centre for Humanities and Social Change.
10 March 2019
In the final seminar of the series, David Victor, Professor of International Relations and Co-director, Laboratory on International Law and Regulation, UC San Diego, discusses the current state of international cooperation on climate change and how to make it more effective.
8 March 2019
In the penultimate seminar of the Christ’s Climate Seminar Series, Rebecca Willis, Independent Environmental Researcher, discusses the findings of a collaborative research project to investigate how politicians think and act on climate change.
5 March 2019
In this seminar, Craig Bennett, CEO at Friends of the Earth, explains the importance of engaging and empowering the public in the fight against climate change.
26 February 2019
In the first of this year’s Christ's Climate Seminars, Eliot Whittington, Development Director at Cambridge’s Institute for Sustainability Leadership, talked about how business is learning to cooperate in pursuit of climate action.
20 February 2019
The Bennett Institute is recruiting for Visiting Fellow from within the University for the academic year 2019/20
7 February 2019
CSaP organised a programme of meetings for seven Policy Fellows from the MENA region (from Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine and Turkey) who visited the UK in October and November 2018.
4 February 2019
CSaP worked with the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs to organise a Policy Workshop to explore the challenges associated with the design of England’s new Environmental Land Management system, which will come into effect after the UK leaves the European Union.